Nigeria is residence to many meals each native and overseas, some are extra generally eaten for breakfast than others. In case you grew up in an African residence, sure rituals are synonymous with residing there. Listed below are some well-liked Saturday breakfast meals in a Nigerian residence.
1. Bread and Beans
Beans known as “ewa agoyin” within the Yoruba language, and bread is a beloved breakfast. Bread and beans or ewa agoyin is native to the Yoruba individuals, however it is usually one of many meals nearly each Nigerian is aware of nicely.
Your mother or spouse may put together beans, and you can eat it with bread on a Saturday morning. It is among the well-liked breakfast meals in Nigerian houses.
2. Akara and pap
Bean cake, known as “akara” domestically in Nigeria, is comprised of fried beans paste. More often than not, it’s not ready at residence. You may purchase it down the road. Pap is comprised of condensed corn and typically millet and is taken with sugar and milk.
3. Moi Moi and pap
Bean pudding known as “Moi moi” domestically in Nigeria and pap are synonymous with Saturday breakfast. Moi moi may be made with eggs, fish, and crayfish. These variations takes an extended time to prepare.
4. Bread and tea
Some individuals want plain bread and tea on Saturdays. It is vitally widespread breakfast staple. Eggs are added to it typically. The tea might be changed by a beverage, which is normally from well-liked manufacturers like Milo or Bournvita.
5. Yam and egg sauce
Boiled or fried yam and egg sauce are widespread in Nigerian houses when yam is in season. It’s fairly filling. Egg sauce is an easy-to-prepare Nigerian sauce made by sautéing tomatoes and eggs. The mixture may be eaten anytime of the day.
6. Masa and soup
Masa is a northern Nigerian delicacy. Masa is small balls of fried corn flour. That is well-liked amongst those that stay within the North. The soup used to make the masa is at all times so scrumptious and by no means actually sufficient due to how scrumptious it’s.
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